AT&T, FirstNet Officials Shed Light On Near-Term Implementation Efforts

FirstNet and AT&T officials have long stated that public-safety agencies within “opt-in” states immediately can take advantage of priority access across the AT&T network, but even existing AT&T customers first need to subscribe to a FirstNet plan to realize the priority functionality, according to AT&T.

FirstNet and AT&T officials have long stated that public-safety agencies within “opt-in” states immediately can take advantage of priority access across the AT&T network, but even existing AT&T customers first need to subscribe to a FirstNet plan to realize the priority functionality, according to AT&T.

“Current AT&T state, local and tribal first responders of AT&T service in opt-in states would need to move to a FirstNet plan to purchase FirstNet service as primary users and take advantage of the specialized features, such as quality of service and priority access,” according to an AT&T statement.

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